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Help Rear Stub Bush Bolts

My rear stub bush bolts are wasted and need to replaced . These are the ones that bolt together the transverse arms on the wheel size. Eper mentions part number for bolt being 60616479 and nut being

Does anyone know if I can use a conventional bolt and nyloc nut, or what size the bolt is and the length of the bolt.

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Re: Rear Stub Bush Bolts

There are 2 versions of that bolt in use now, a 19mm hexheaded one and a 15mm peg bolt, both are Hagh tensile/high shear steel and I wouldn't recommend using any other bolt in there as the rear seton of the bolt is unsupported for almot 60mm, whish is a lot of shear loading in a fast corner, the time that you really don't want a bolt to snap or bend.
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